The Arizona Cardinals have reportedly made another cut, making it eight that have come out in media reports. Safety Anthony Walters, who had a solid training camp and preseason, was reportedly released, according to Aaron Wilson.
Walters was signed in the offseason in May.
He played in 13 games with the Chicago Bears last season and had 10 special teams tackles. He originally entered the NFL with Chicago as a rookie free agent in 2011 out of Delaware and appeared in four games as a rookie before playing all 16 games with one start in 2012 where he had seven tackles and a fumble recovery to go along with 10 special teams tackles.
For his career, Walters has played in 33 games (one start) and has recorded 21 special teams tackles, seven tackles on defense, one forced fumble and two tackles for loss.
He was at best a bubble player to make the roster. With the return of Tyrann Mathieu, the team already has four safeties who will definitely make the roster.